Every Federal motorcycle is one of a kind, and built with love in Chicago, Illinois. Interested in a build? Send us some information on what you're looking for below.
The Ace / 001
The first build to roar out of the Federal garage is a 1974 Norton Commando 850 tracker that you could ride around the city, or cruise through the rockies all the way to the coast.
The Couch Surfer / 002
1974 Honda CB360 tracker commissioned to be a daily downtown rider that can hit the mountains for a weekend tear.
Due South / 003
1980 Yamaha XS400 cafe racer built to wake the neighbours and peak the interest of local law enforcement.
Fade to Black / 004
1975 Honda CB550 stripped down and murdered out for Canadian Film Director, Grant Harvey.
Sunshine State of Mind / 005
A 1978 Yamaha SR500 built for beach front burnouts down in South Florida.
Lil' Kim / 006
A re-envisioned 2006 Honda XR650L thumper heading to British Columbia to enjoy the mountain air and winding roads in equal parts.
The Five / 007
A 1979 BMW R100 cafe racer designed as a nod to the 1976 Formula 1 car, the Lotus 77.
Daisy Duke / 008
A 2013 KTM Duke 690 with all the fat trimmed under the surgical hands of the Federal team. Talk about high and tight.
1983 Honda CX650 set to be the raciest Federal Moto build to date. Nothing but the engine staying on this chariot.
The Dark Passenger / 010
1974 Honda CB750 that has come to be known as our 'Dark Passenger' – that undeniable urge to build.
Grand Trunk Express / 011
We've dreamed up our take on the 2014 Royal Enfield Continental GT as part of our new partnership with Royal Enfield and their ambassador program.
The Backburner / 012
Our second crack at the Honda CB360. Simple and lean – the perfect city slicker.